Thanks to new info spotted by Chrome Unboxed, we've seen more hints of a more powerful Chromebook coming which would make for a reasonable gaming unit.
At the recent Google for Games Developer Summit it seems that Google actually still has quite a clear focus on Stadia and they're trying to entice more developers to bring their games over.
Google continue bringing over more and more titles to Stadia, with the next set of Stadia Pro titles revealed too.
It's been a little while since we talked about Stadia so it's time for another round-up of things happening for Google's cloud gaming service.
It appears that at least Ubisoft are being serious about Stadia, with Ubisoft+ rolling out to more countries and they're bringing a bunch more games to Stadia too.
We now know what you can expect from Stadia Pro, the optional Google Stadia subscription, if you stay subscribed in June with the next set of claimable games announced. Time for another Stadia round-up.
Stadia has confirmed another few new announcements for their Linux-powered game streaming service that will be coming soon. Some out now, some have no release date yet.
Despite everywhere you look there's always someone pointing to the Google Graveyard, the game streaming service Stadia is still soldiering on in the face of overwhelming competition.
May the 4th be with you, if you're a Stadia Pro subscriber as you can now claim Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order free.
It's hard to believe that Google, leader of the search engines took this long to implement search into Stadia but it's finally here. The Stadia team also announced some good other changes coming.
The next set of games coming to Stadia Pro has been announced with Trine 4, Hotline Miami 2 and Floor Kids plus April 30 is your last chance to grab some of them.
Google continues announcing more and more games for their cloud gaming / game streaming service Stadia, with a bunch of indie games from their Stadia Makers program coming. Plus new releases out now and free play days for Borderlands 3. Time for another Stadia round-up!
Time for another round-up of news for Stadia, the cloud gaming / game streaming service from Google with plenty more games coming along with some out now. There's also a reveal of what you will get in April with Stadia Pro.
A bunch more Stadia news to cover this morning as we round up some recent news and announcements for Google's fledgling cloud gaming platform. First up is a big one with the Resident Evil series headed to Stadia.
Turns out Terraria for Stadia will still be a thing. After what looked like it would never happen due to Re-Logic co-creator having their Google account locked, Terraria is now going through certification to release for Stadia.
Linux is pretty secure right? Well, like everything else, there are and have been problems. Google is aware of this and they use Linux for a lot and now they're providing funding to help boost Linux security.
While Google will no longer be doing any first-party games it seems they're still going to pull in exclusives. They've revealed PixelJunk Raiders along with the Stadia Pro line-up for March and other new games coming.
One day Google might catch a break with their cloud gaming service Stadia but it's not now and perhaps rightfully so in this case. There's a new proposed class action lawsuit over the streaming quality and display resolution on Stadia.
Despite the rising amount of people believing Stadia won't be around for long, we're into another year and Google have announced that more than 100 games will release for Stadia through 2021.
While Google hasn't seen the best news with Stadia lately after stopping first-party games and Terraria being cancelled, the store continues on with some fresh announcements of new games, updates and some sales.
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